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Rise of the Machines

Montezuma's Revenge still too tough for AI, new Google Brain office, and other bits and bytes

2 posts, Latest by Voyna i Mor at 14 Jul 2018

Clean up this hot sticky facial-recog mess for us, Microsoft begs politicos

9 posts, Latest by Tom 38 at 16 Jul 2018

AR upstart Magic Leap reveals majorly late tech specs' tech specs

44 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 16 Jul 2018

AI augments humans to lead them through the (protein) crystal maze

5 posts, Latest by Rustbucket at 14 Jul 2018

AI threatens yet more jobs – now, lab rats: Animal testing could be on the way out, thanks to machine learning

26 posts, Latest by tonybarry at 16 Jul 2018

For €10k, Fujitsu will tell you if your blockchain project is a load of bull

24 posts, Latest by Alter Hase at 12 Jul 2018

I see you're trying to leak a file! US military seeks Clippy-like AI to stop future Snowdens

28 posts, Latest by Destroy All Monsters at 12 Jul 2018

Your phone may be able to clean up snaps – but our AI is much better at touching up, say boffins

35 posts, Latest by Nifty at 16 Jul 2018

Google offers to leave robocallers hanging on the telephone

100 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at 15 Jul 2018

US taxman wants AI to do the security checks it seemingly can't do itself

21 posts, Latest by Flat Phillip at 11 Jul 2018

Vodafone emits new wearable ... kid-trackers

22 posts, Latest by krs360 at 11 Jul 2018

AI bots suck at marking written essays, not too shabby at old Atari games, and more...

13 posts, Latest by Celeste Reinard at 10 Jul 2018

At last – a use for AI! Predicting an England World Cup victory

30 posts, Latest by spold at 9 Jul 2018

Decision time for AI: Sometimes accuracy is not your friend

25 posts, Latest by bg01 at 9 Jul 2018

Boffins build neural networks fashioned out of DNA molecules

28 posts, Latest by Flywheel at 9 Jul 2018

US Declaration of Independence labeled hate speech by Facebook bots

111 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 7 Jul 2018

London's top cop isn't expecting facial recog tech to result in 'lots of arrests'

52 posts, Latest by oldfartuk at 9 Jul 2018

Just look at the state of AI today. Literally, look. There's a report on it – plus more ML news

3 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 2 Jul 2018

CIMON says: Say hello to your new AI pal-bot, space station 'nauts

59 posts, Latest by Gary Bickford at 3 Jul 2018

Oracle, for one, says we'll welcome our new robot overlords: '90%' of you will obey an AI bot

31 posts, Latest by Alan Brown at 3 Jul 2018

UK.gov is not being advised by Google. Repeat. It is not being advised by Google

25 posts, Latest by Mike 137 at 2 Jul 2018

Marriage of AI, Google chips will save diabetics from a lot of pricks

26 posts, Latest by darklord at 3 Jul 2018

Potato, potato. Toma6to, I'm going to kill you... How a typo can turn an AI translator against us

65 posts, Latest by Alterhase at 2 Jul 2018

Not OK Google: Massive outage turns smart home kit utterly dumb

100 posts, Latest by Voland's right hand at 30 Jun 2018

Tesla tips ice on Apple, Google, Microsoft accounts of '$1m leaker'

7 posts, Latest by Kristian Walsh at 29 Jun 2018

Microsoft's next trick? Kicking things out of the cloud to Azure IoT Edge

3 posts, Latest by Naselus at 28 Jun 2018

Top banker batters Bitcoin for sucky scalability, security

7 posts, Latest by Claptrap314 at 28 Jun 2018

US gov quizzes AI experts about when the machines will take over

14 posts, Latest by gujiguju at 28 Jun 2018

So woke: Microsoft's face-recog can now ID more people who aren't pasty white blokes

20 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 27 Jun 2018

Get a grip, literally: Clumsy robots can't nab humans' jobs just yet

27 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at 29 Jun 2018

What does it take for an OpenAI bot to best Dota 2 heroes? 128,000 CPU cores, 256 Nvidia GPUs

14 posts, Latest by razorfishsl at 26 Jun 2018

So you're doing an IoT project. Cute. Let's start with the basics: Security

34 posts, Latest by JohnFen at 27 Jun 2018

Something to fire up PyTorch fans, Facebook emits code for analyzing human poses, and more

2 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 24 Jun 2018

Cops: Autonomous Uber driver may have been streaming The Voice before death crash

68 posts, Latest by DiViDeD at 28 Jun 2018

Amid 'idiotic blockchain phase,' EY and Microsoft tout smart contracts

10 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 25 Jun 2018

Skynet for the win? AI hunts down secret testing of nuclear bombs

32 posts, Latest by allthecoolshortnamesweretaken at 23 Jun 2018

Canadian utility makes blockchain upstarts bid for their ravenous rigs' electricity supply

28 posts, Latest by John Brown (no body) at 24 Jun 2018

Accountants HATE them: Microsoft's Xbox harnesses blockchain to pay games publishers

12 posts, Latest by SVV at 23 Jun 2018

HPE: You want full-blown enterprise software on our Edge boxes? You got it

4 posts, Latest by EveryTime at 21 Jun 2018

You've seen the hype. Now you're curious. Why not have a crack at AI using this online lab...

8 posts, Latest by Tchou at 21 Jun 2018

An AI a day keeps the doctor away... Neural net software gets better at clocking cancer tumors

5 posts, Latest by RobertsonCR7 at 21 Jun 2018

Virtual reality meets commercial reality as headset sales plunge

21 posts, Latest by onefang at 2 Jul 2018

AI caramba! Nvidia devs get a host of new kit to build smart systems

2 posts, Latest by RobertsonCR7 at 21 Jun 2018

Senior judge: Put AI in charge of reviewing social media evidence

33 posts, Latest by Adam 52 at 21 Jun 2018

How to stealthily poison neural network chips in the supply chain

24 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 10 Jul 2018

Here's some phish-AI research: Machine-learning code crafts phishing URLs that dodge auto-detection

5 posts, Latest by Dylan at 20 Jun 2018

AI military upstart attacked by Russian malware, Twitter fires up TensorFlow, and more

11 posts, Latest by ma1010 at 18 Jun 2018

Unbreakable smart lock devastated to discover screwdrivers exist

205 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 22 Jun 2018

Drones Bill said to be ready for world+dog's crayons 'this summer'

19 posts, Latest by rskurat at 18 Jun 2018

AI is cool and all – but doctors and patients don't really need it

21 posts, Latest by shawnfromnh at 17 Jun 2018

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